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LinuxMM - linux-mm.org Wiki

  • https://linux-mm.org/
  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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WikiSandBox

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  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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Linux-MM

  • https://linux-mm.org/LinuxMM
  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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Side Bar

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  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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HelpContents

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  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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Academic Research

  • https://linux-mm.org/MMResearch
  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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NetworkStorageDeadlock

  • https://linux-mm.org/NetworkStorageDeadlock
  • Linux-mm.org is a wiki for documenting how memory management works and for coordinating new memory management development projects. Please help editing this wiki. Thank you. Documentation. LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the …
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HighMemory - linux-mm.org Wiki

  • https://linux-mm.org/HighMemory
  • The reason for this is that applications might want to use all 2GB of memory. If the system ended up allocating and reclaiming high memory much faster than low memory, then the application would have part of its data swapped out from high memory, instead of resident in low memory.
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Documentation

  • http://linux-mm.org/LinuxMMDocumentation
  • The reason for this is that applications might want to use all 2GB of memory. If the system ended up allocating and reclaiming high memory much faster than low memory, then the application would have part of its data swapped out from high memory, instead of resident in low memory.
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RecentChanges

  • http://linux-mm.org/RecentChanges
  • The reason for this is that applications might want to use all 2GB of memory. If the system ended up allocating and reclaiming high memory much faster than low memory, then the application would have part of its data swapped out from high memory, instead of resident in low memory.
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Internals

  • http://linux-mm.org/LinuxMMInternals
  • The reason for this is that applications might want to use all 2GB of memory. If the system ended up allocating and reclaiming high memory much faster than low memory, then the application would have part of its data swapped out from high memory, instead of resident in low memory.
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LinuxMMDocumentation - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • For now just the content copied from the old linux-mm site. Please update and include links to Linux memory management documentation elsewhere. HighMemory or how the Linux kernel can use more than 1GB of physical memory. Memory Pressure - What is memory pressure? How does it affect Linux?
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PageReplacementDesign - linux-mm.org Wiki

  • https://linux-mm.org/PageReplacementDesign
  • PageReplacementDesign; Last updated at 2017-12-30 01:05:11. This page describes the Split LRU page replacement design by Rik van Riel, Lee Schermerhorn, Kosaki Motohiro and others. It was merged in the 2.6.28 kernel and has continued to receive fixes and refinements until it started working really well, around 2.6.32. The tracking of recently ...
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PageAllocation - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • memory allocators. Various different parts of the Linux kernel allocate memory, under different circumstances. Most memory allocations happen on behalf of userspace programs; these allocations can use any memory in the system (highmem, zone_normal and dma) and, if free memory is low, can wait for memory to be freed by the pageout code.
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OOM_Killer - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • The functions, code excerpts and comments discussed below here are from mm/oom_kill.c unless otherwise noted. It is the job of the linux 'oom killer' to sacrifice one or more processes in order to free up memory for the system when all else fails.
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Drop_Caches - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • Drop_Caches Last updated at 2017-12-30 01:05:11 Kernels 2.6.16 and newer provide a mechanism to have the kernel drop the page cache and/or inode and dentry caches on command, which can help free up a lot of memory.
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LinuxMMInternals - linux-mm.org Wiki

  • https://linux-mm.org/LinuxMMInternals
  • In this section of the LinuxMM site, the internals of the Linux memory management subsystem can be documented bit by bit. If you feel inspired, or are looking around the code and writing down notes anyway, please help out and create a subsection.
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Low_On_Memory - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • Another operation that occurs when we start to run out of memory is the writing of dirty ("Dirty:" from meminfo) data to disk. Dirty data is page cache to which a write has occurred. Before we can free that page cache, we must first update the original copy on disk with the data from the write.
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OOM - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • An OOM (Out Of Memory) error is what happens when the kernel runs out of memory in its own internal pools and is unable to reclaim memory from any other sources.
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VirtualMemory - linux-mm.org Wiki

  • https://linux-mm.org/VirtualMemory
  • The term "Virtual Memory" is used to describe a method by which the physical RAM of a computer is not directly addressed, but is instead accessed via an indirect "lookup". On the Intel platform, paging is used to accomplish this task. Paging, in CPU specific terms, should not be confused with swap.
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LinuxMMFAQ - linux-mm.org Wiki

  • https://linux-mm.org/LinuxMMFAQ
  • What are the design internals behind zap_xxx_range() APIs? Rik van Riel to Wu, kernelnewbies . On Sun, 30 Mar 2008 17:55:26 +0800 "Wu Yu" < [email protected] > wrote: > Hi all,
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CăutarePagină - linux-mm.org Wiki

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  • Toggle sidebar Toggle navigation. Comments; Immutable Page; Search:
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